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TotalBoat Marine Wood Finish is a protective wood treatment for teak and other wood above the waterline. This flexible, breathable finish provides exceptional weather protection. It's easier to apply and maintain than traditional varnish, with no sanding between coats necessary.
Marine Wood Finish penetrates deeply into the wood pores to create a rich, warm finish, enhancing the natural beauty of your boat's wood. A unique linseed oil and resin formula contains advanced UV inhibitors for greater protection, durability and longevity. Keep your woodwork looking beautiful with the least amount of maintenance necessary.
Goes on like a paint - looks like a varnish
Available in Teak, Satin, and Gloss finishes. Teak is suited for teak and other dark hardwoods. Gloss may be applied over Teak and Satin, but can also be used as a base coat.
|Specifications||Marine Wood Finish|
|Application Method||Brush, Roll|
|Application Temperature / RH||50-95°F, 0-90% RH|
|Recommended Number of Coats||2-3 (minimum)|
|Thinner for Brush/Roller Application||TotalBoat Special Brushing Thinner 100|
|Surface Prep Solvent||TotalBoat Dewaxer & Surface Prep or TotalBoat Special Brushing Thinner 100 or TotalBoat Spray Thinner 101 or denatured alcohol|
|Cleanup Solvent||TotalBoat Dewaxer & Surface Prep or TotalBoat Special Brushing Thinner 100 or TotalBoat Spray Thinner 101|
WARNING: The Natural Teak and
Satin products can expose you to chemicals including ethylbenzene and cumene, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and
n-methylpyrrolidone, which is known to the State of California to cause developmental toxicity. The Clear Gloss product can expose you to chemicals including ethylbenzene and cumene, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
March 27, 2023
I use Wood Finish on all my bright work!
March 24, 2023
I recently bought an abandoned boat that was totally black with mold after sanding and cleaning the wood I applied the Marine wood finish to it amazed at how good my wood looks now totally awesome product easy to use
September 27, 2022
the finish last for 18months
October 13, 2021
I used the product to refinish a 27 year-old ash and mahogany tiller. It goes on very easy and with three coats the tiller looks brand new.
June 25, 2021
I bought this as an alterative to varnish for a cedar strip canoe I was redoing. The finish never completely dried and remained tacky for days. I eventually had to sand it off because after a week it was still tacky. I thought it was the humidity so I brought the project from the garage to the house. I tried again on the paddle and I had the same problem. Next time Ill stick to varnish.
May 22, 2021
This is our second purchase of the TotalBoat Marine Wood Finish as we've had success with it on the brightwork of our backyard built 20' LOA, 8' Beam, Ply on Frame Pacific Northwest Dory. We started using it when we first mounted the White Oak Rubrails when the hull was on the strongback. We also used it on our White Oak Sole and the AshToerail. White Oak is a bear to finish and keep clean, but this material, after a year, has held up to the harsh Sun and Environment of the Sun Coast of Florida. We highly recommend it!
May 12, 2021
goes a long way,,, like not having to sand between coats
May 12, 2021
Great product but the first coat needs to be thinned to get a smooth finish on new teak. I used Naptha but the can recommends a Total Boat product. 3 coats and I think the new teak will last a long time.
April 16, 2021
Not into woodworking or boats, my brother is an avid woodworker and told me this is the product to get to refinish an outdoor bench I've had for years. It was absolutely fabulous it looks great and will last for years I highly recommend it. Easy to use and no sanding!
March 15, 2021
The finish left by the product is very soft. After three days of drying I flipped the wood panel over to finish the back side. When I moved the board again I found the finish had slightly stuck to the board it was sitting on and I now have a distinct line across the part. Even worse after leaving for a week I installed the part in the boat. Sitting on the board caused the finish to shift and created wrinkles. I don't know if I did something wrong in the application or if it needs multiple weeks to full cure. In either case I regret the decision on this product and will likely end up pulling off the boat next off-season to strip and re-do with a different product.
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